Premium, regeneratively raised meats, artisanal ranch goods, and immersive events in Broadwater County, Montana
It all started when Justin and I were eighteen years old. I was working as a ranch hand for the summer, and he was starting his farming career. I had pulled up to get some fuel at the local gas station when...
Dry Aged Beef
We raise dry aged beef with great marbling and flavor. Taste the difference in environmentally conscious beef raised in Montana’s high country.
We've converted many beef fans to lamb lovers with our 100% grassfed & finished Icelandic lamb. This is farm-to table at its best. Lamb is usually seasonal for us; in stock in fall + spring, and sold primarily through pre-order due to high demand.
Fast and Easy Delivery
Choose your cuts or bundle! You can mix & match lamb, beef & ranch goods. Order 5 lbs minimum for shipped orders, or $40 minimum for local delivery.
We ship & deliver every Monday! Our boxes ship UPS overnight to the whole contiguous US, and we do local home delivery throughout greater Bozeman, MT.
Reasons to Choose Little Creek
• Regeneratively pasture raised
Our livestock live aligned with nature, and we hold grazing and soil health at the center of our practices.
• No added hormones, no antibiotics
No funny business. Just natural, premium meat.
• Easy + fast home delivery
Dinner delivered to your doorstep.
• Recyclable packaging
We opt for sustainable, recyclable packaging.
Get your hands dirty and experience ranch life as part of our immersive and educational retreats for women. Shepherd Camp & Cowgirl Camp are our hallmark getaways.
The Ranch Blog
Beef subscriptions back in stock!
Big news today, friends. Beef subscriptions are back in stock! And not just that: we've got a brand new subscription box on the site. In addition to our premium sampler box and our ground beef subscriptions, we've...
Our Shipping Rates - Explained
Although we've got it down to a science these days, many of our customers are new to perishable shipping. It's an amazing thing that we can put frozen meat in a box in Montana...
Are you connected to your local foodshed?
Here's something I've been thinking about a lot lately. Just as we have a local watershed, we have a local foodshed. And the number one piece of advice I give when folks ask how...